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Randy Sanders
Head Coach
Mike Rader, Ed.D.
Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers
Billy Taylor
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Steve Brown
Defensive Backs
Gary Downs
Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator
Dylan Lewellyn
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Matt McCutchan
Offensive Line
Price Partrick
Quarterbacks/Director of Football Operations
Bryan Stork
Tight Ends
Collins Ukwu
Defensive Line
Paul Humphries
Defensive Ends
Doug Blevins
Kicking Specialist
Allan Johnson
Strength and Conditioning
Dallas Dickey
Offensive Quality Control
Dwight Evans
Defensive Quality Control
Hunter Parker
Assistant to Football Operations
Garrett Curtis
Offensive Line Graduate Assistant
Dylan Leffingwell
Assistant Strength and Conditioning
Andrew Nelson
Graduate Assistant -- Strength and Conditioning
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Matt McCutchan is entering his third season at the helm of the Buccaneer offensive line, having taken over prior to the 2018-19 season.

In his first two seasons, McCutchan has overseen a line that has enabled the Bucs in ranking fifth in the SoCon in rushing offense each of the last two seasons. The Bucs averaged 171.8 yards on the ground per game in 2019, an 18-yard improvement from a season ago. McCutchan’s line blocked for Quay Holmes’ standout campaign in 2019, lifting the sophomore to 1,143 yards rushing, becoming just the sixth 1,000-yard rusher in program history and first since Gaven Varner in 2003.

McCutchan’s offensive line has blocked for 18 100-yard rushing games and eight 200-yard rushing games in the first two seasons. The Bucs rushed for 410 yards against Mercer on Nov. 16, 2019 behind the stout offensive line.

In 2018, McCutchan coached Matt Pyke, arguably the most decorated player in program history. Pyke collected six All-American honors in 2018 alone and was named to both media and coaches SoCon All-Conference teams. Pyke was also awarded the Jacobs Blocking Award – given to the top lineman in the Southern Conference. Pyke also became the first offensive lineman to receive All-American honors for the Bucs since John Walton in 1969.

McCutchan has coached a total of four All-SoCon honorees in his first two seasons with the Bucs, including Ben Blackmon and Tre’mond Shorts in 2019. McCutchan has also coached eight All-American winners in his first two seasons with the Blue & Gold. 

Prior to his arrival in Johnson City, McCutchan spent the previous five seasons (2013-17) with Coach Sanders at Florida State as the offensive quality control coach, and was on staff when the Seminoles won the 2014 National Championship.

Prior to Florida State, McCutchan spent the 2012 season as the offensive line coach at Morehead State following his stint as the offensive line coach at Lincoln University (Mo.) in 2011.

McCutchan got his first taste of coaching as a graduate assistant under Coach Sanders at his alma mater, Kentucky, from 2008-10.

McCutchan played offensive line at Kentucky from 2004-06, where he started 31 games. McCutchan was named the team’s Most Outstanding Lineman in 2005 and received the Southeastern Conference’s Lineman of the Week twice during his career. McCutchan was on the 2006 team that finished with eight wins, including a Music City Bowl victory over Clemson. McCutchan was an SEC Academic Honor Roll member and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics.